This 23-acre Michigan Audubon sanctuary is on the shore of Indian River just outside of Manistique. It is mostly pine forest but there are areas of black spruce swamp, wetlands along the river, and shrub swamp. Although this is in a residential community, there is plenty of wilderness nearby, and some wild species such as black bear and American beaver have been sighted here.
What to see: Pileated Woodpecker, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Common Loon, Eastern Wood-Pewee, and Common Yellowthroat.
Directions: From M-94 W of Manistique to P-440; left (west) for one mile to entrance on north side of P-440.